The dd command will not work very well because both disks have to have similar capacities which is a very, very slim chance. Even if you did use dd, you will have to use sfdisk to reconstruct the partition table and resize the filesystem. You can use partimage but it needs space to save the image and it also needs both drives be the same capacity. I suggest using Knoppix or any Live CD distributions for making partitions, formating, mounting, and copying files.
Norton Ghost only works with ext2 and ext3 for Linux filesystems.